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David Moody

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David is the nephew of former Test player Tom Moody

Bowler

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AGE
22
HEIGHT
195cmCM
BORN

Joondalup

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

WA

WA
LOCAL CLUB

University

Bio

The nephew of former Test allrounder and dual World Cup winner Tom Moody, David got his chance in first-class cricket when Western Australia's fast-bowling stocks were hit by injuries in the back half of the 2014-15 season. 

Moody took his chance immediately, taking 4-60 in his first game against NSW, including the wicket of centurion Peter Nevill. 

Moody's state debut came after he had attracted enough attention to be selected in multiple Cricket Australia XIs earlier in the summer and he was also picked to play for the Prime Minister's XI against England in Canberra. 

He picked up the wicket of Joe Root in that match and took 3-35 in a World Cup warm-up match against Bangladesh in Brisbane.

Moody has taken 62 wickets from his first 19 first-class appearances.

Moody bags career-best figures against Victoria

Western Australia quick David Moody takes his maiden five-wicket haul in first-class cricket, finishing with 5-59 against Victoria in Alice Springs


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Watch all 10 Victorian wickets to fall

David Moody takes five wickets as Victoria ride a stunning century from Chris Tremain to a total of 323 in their Sheffield Shield match in Alice Springs


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Moody shines with Dukes for Warriors

Warriors quick David Moody continued his outstanding Shield form on day three in Hobart, collecting 4-45 to put WA on track for victory


Hurricanes lure Moody from the west

WA paceman signs first BBL contract, joining Hurricanes for the next two seasons


Behrendorff back for WA in Matador Cup

Left-arm quick a key inclusion as young guns are promoted to Justin Langer's top squad


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Moody makes his own name in Brisbane

Young Western Australian takes six for the match and delivers on Harris's predictions at AB Field